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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: February 6, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Voume ,27-Number 33 Okeechobee e, Florida, Friday February 6: 1942 Price 5 bents


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SCHOOL ANNOUNCES STAFF The, ObserverBy I All Men 'In CountyWill I 1NYA' HELPING IX ALLDEFENSE EFFORTSThe One Man'' Drowned



' ,. ( -Bill Page) ; Register In National-Youth admlnlstra. In Lake As ,Plane

'. tlon.Is 'cooperating with everY

FOR SPECIAL EDITION OF NEWS MUSTACHES'There's The Board Office phase. of the natlc"'defense" pro, Fell Here Thursday

so much talk going gram and helping to equip youth

about concerning mustaches I I for defense Industry through Its pro _, J
guess I will have to take a crack Okeechobee county's draft board Yesterday morning about 0:30: an
I gram of sound work experience.
The Theta Beta club of the Okee. l :MARINES REMOVE BAN I at them myself. If this ever gels reports they have completed prep. I army airplane, from the training
American youths YOU want to
chobee high school this week an;; ON' MARRIED MENThe printed ,.nd If China ever sees aratlons for registering on Febru. station at Opalacka with two men
hears of it, look out. They [ serve, your country you'cannot
or
notmced the staff of workers who :--r ary 14, 15 and 13 all men between I Join our armed forces because you In it. flew over Lake Okeechobee,
will stop fighting and gq back: 20 and 45 old All who '
will handle the special edition of United States Marine Corps f years men are under age-or have some slight I and, .the pilot evidently misjudged
( o making reache(1 their 20th birthday ann I. I
the Okeechobee News, which they has removed enlistment ban on mar | I I physical disability, don't stop there I his altitude and his plane crashed
< ustache versary on or before December 31,
will publish February 27 rled men.Married. I I cups for the 1941'and who'have not reached Register immediately with the,,Na. Into the lake' between UptheGrova\
Following Is the staff of work. 1| tlnial Youth admlnlstraton. Earn
,
men can now enlist in world at, their 34th birthday anniversary on learn Beach snd_the St. Lucie canal One
ers while you and do vital defense
America's oldest fighting force pro. | lara. or before February 16 1942, will be production work. I'tepare'to' take of the men was drowned but the
Crouch
Editor-Winifred
I vlded the applicant can furnish the 4 How many required to register. Those between
Assistant Editor-June Cheshire jour place In a defense Industry other managed to swim until he
officer with affidavit of you j 21 anr 38 years old who registered
recruiting an
re.m..wber'
Become a second line of defensefor fishermen
Business Manager-Alice Donald. I was picked up !by two .
In October 1940 and In July, 1941
sworn to by the wife that she Is not j the country; Register for de. '
son, your all
From. Indications the piano
dependent upon the applicant for ac old rash, are not, required to register again. I i iI 1 fense work wlth.th NYA.
Sports Editor-Mary McLaughlln financial! I support 1 lined Registration will ,be held at the was flying low and as the pilot tried!:
mus. Apply to Sarah Mlnehan at the
Clubs Class Editor-Lillian Editor-Estelle Leltner Sanderfur This Is In tfe line of Marine pol. | taoho ctap I draft board office at the Court. Woman's club from 1 to'jJ <;'clock to bank the 'plane it was ,caught In
house. The office will be from
Special Editors-Lavena Harden Icy of giving all men a chance to PAGE Dad and un. 7 open I I every afternoon. the wind and made a nose.dlye In.
to 9
I a.m. pm. on Saturday, Feb.
serve and defend their country fie always used? As I remember, V
and Bowden. to the water down with the
going
Molly ,
I 14 from
ruary 9 a m. to 12 o'clock\ I
the smallest size obtainable I
The age \limits on enlistments are w uthe'
In order to help these girls to'' Z.quart'slze'fifths noon on Sunday February 15, and Kissimmee RodeoTo wheels up:, One of the men man.
17.30, however 35 years of age if ( possiblybut C
Increase the earnings for the school I you are an ex.marlne. not smaller), Usually In gold from 7 am. to 8 pm. on Monday, I aged 'to 'get. out 'and save himself
we have decided to make a special 16. "
The ,Marine Corps Is attempting letters on the side would be the February ,, but the other, was evidently unableto
offer of a two. 'ear subscription for j I Any tourists or visitors here may Give Biggest
to hit a top strength of 104,000 word "Father or 'Dad'. This unlock his safety \belt and went
$3,00, which will apply to both old'and register at the local draft board of.
I' fighting reguars. At present there I was so that the maid would not down 'with/ the
new subscribers, of which they flee and their registration cards plane
feO.OOO make a mistake and use It for Purses In
in the
will get thlrty.three and one third are approxlmaely men will be sent to their home city History As this Is written we' learn that
babySs bathtub, or a foot pan,
regular Marine Corps.
per cent while on all advertisingsold I I Imagine. boards men and. divers have already been
t
they will get 50 cent of all The first U.S. Marine' Recruiting V
per Dad h.4 the at work trying to ,'ring the planeto
monies they collect. Trailer unit will visit Florida this one of forfeit Kissimmee, Feb. 3 (Special)-

month. The unit will\ Interview and ,and finest cups I have ever Men CHRISTMAS SEAL SALES With the biggest purses In Florida the snr'facQ'but_ .account of
We the business people and WERE A SUCCESS
urge IN
examine all men applying for sere and the platform for his alf.il. rodeo history for the championshipevents the depth of the water it was neces.
all others to cooperate with this OKtECIIOBEE COUNTY
vice in the Marine Corps. The dayson fa patch was as broad as any, the third annual Interna.
this sary to bring a dredge Into the lake
staff during campaign, both -
which this unit will be in each yet when he would bury his nose tlonal Rodeo In Kissimmee Is ex;
from the advertising side and also Chairman W R. Page In an effort to salvage the plane
city will be published In the local In the Interior and make that announces pected to present the finest arena
the subscription campaign.All newspapers still familiar sound with his that the committee which handledthe entertainment ever offered in Flor. and recover'the .body, of the flier,

of the money taken In will be I Ihea.dquarters adam's apple, I knew just whatto sale -Christmas seals for Ok V. *

turned over to Miss Constance Fin United ,States Marine Recruiting expect When he would come eechotee county sold and turnedIn IdaFive performances are scheduled FIDELIS CLASS MEETING
located at 907
are
eel' and settlement will be made at Florida Bank bu1dlni"Orlando. All up for air he looked exactly like $7428 during the campaign. with night shows on February 19, ,- ,

the end of each week.INSTRUCTIONS information can be obtained at this an old tabby cat In a rain sotrm, In announcing the total sales for I 20 and 21, and afternoon perfonri. The Fldells class,held its regular

V office. or a full.grown walrus who was the county, Mr. Page stated that ances on February 21 and 22. "'The monthly' meeting at 'the 'home of

1 V angry because he missed a fish $15 of that amount was turned In I,I opening day parade Is scheduled In Mrs Rae Boettger Friday, January

FOR CONDUCT he had just been diving for. by the school children< .J Orlando on Thursday, February 19, 30, 1942. Mrs. Rae Boettger and

DURING AIR RAIDS Yes sir, side boards or no side V and another colorful procession In Mrs Cordon Dixon acted as, hose

:., Music Dept Of boards, he always managed to Green Kissimmee will precede the Initial tesses.' ,

1, When the bombs start to drop, slip his lI"nl1"Andy paint Announces afternoon performance' on Saturday. Mrs E, H. McLaughlin, president,

run like hell, doesn't make any High School Will brush deep In the 'Arbuckles, February 21. presided. After the busnes3) meet.

difference where, just run It takes and come up dripping and witha For Congressman Special acts' which will spice the Ing Miss Alice Bass gave an- in.

your mind off the raid and also satisfied expression on"his face I 2_hour program Include Ken Bow. spiring devotional, followed by a

gives yon something to do. I Show Tonight i that none, could deny. ens famous white horse act from prayer by Mrs.,J., A. McNelB.,

I 2. If.n inoendtory bomb\ falls I hadn't realized: there were State 'At Large I Salina, Kansas, Marvin Hoover's the doss of the meeting a de.fAt

t near you;' I*. will catch fire, Pour so many mustaches being used bucking Ford, and Sam'Stewart, \Ughtful social hour and refresh.: ,

f a, .gasoline on' '";X, ,You cant put Jt out The Music department of the until a' few weeks ago when -- Fort Worttts Internationally"famous menta were enjoyed 6y the 'follow.- '. 1

!ryway"rso you tnayas 'wer- have Okerchooee schools wilt present the "Ufe2,stute'lt. P"rtJn", picture; I ,Washington, D,C::1 Jan., 3 1 -Con.gVessman bullfighter .Ing,ladies. ', t. '. *.-' "'l.
some fun. following program Friday evening, of famous appendages of the! Lax'Oreen'has'y5rward: The Silver-Spun of Osceola coup; rMrs. 'it 'K.: Davis';' Mrs1! Roy 'gt" '

3. Before going Into an air raid February 6, at 7 30 o'clock In the upper dental covering The VanDyke ed to R. A. Gray, secretary of ty will present their natlonally.fa. Draughn, Mrs. Elearu King, Mrs
horseback, and
shelter eat plenty of garlic limber. school auditorium. The public Is one of the very distin. state Tallahassee his oath and I mous quadrille trick on riders and Ima Von Gunten Mrs W. A. Moore,

tfer cheese and onions This helps cordially Invited to attend. guished soup strainer and 1'11. qualification fees as candidate for numerous ropers Mrs. Rae Boettger, Mrs. H. L. John,

relieve the congested situation so road spike combinations, Is very representative In Congress from the have contracted to appear. son, Mrs. Evelyn E. WUlIams, Mrs.

often found In shelters I Parade of the Wooden Soldiers con pldous by Its absence. state of Florida at large In the ap. I Championship contests include J H. E. McLaughlin, Miss Jo Parrish,
Jesse Piano r ill Virginia Lee Cut. bull.rldlng, steer wrestling, calf rop.
4. Always take advantage of con. Now there's the new 'Victory'mustache preaching May Democratic primary. I Miss Alice Bass, Mrs. Mattie Lee
breth Piano (2) Mary Virginia and horse riding. A
; ing bucking
venlent blackouts. If In a store, Very popular Just Green Is a native of Bradford : McCranie, Mrs. Gordon Dixon, Mrs.

grab a suit If in a bakery, grab a Swain. now, especially with the young county; graduated from Lake But. special cattlemenesponsored cow. Ernest Hunt, Mrs. John M. Roe,
show Happiness (iMana Zuca) Anna Three hairs on +Her high school and the Universityof girls relay race will feature non.
pie.: If In a burlesque put your er generation. Mrs. Alex Sprunt, Mrs. M. E. My.
hands In your pockets, close your Jane Evans. one side and only a dash on Florida; studied law at Yale; professional cowgirls representing ranches. er Mrs. J. A. McNelll.

eyes, and don't move out of jour Indiana Drum (Davis) Haynes the other. And If you are look. served In the state Legislature; was five of the states larger V
An exhibition r' lady bronc riding
seat. If you do the latter we will Williams\ Ing for a nice, healthy little judge of Bradford county; and has METHODIST CHURCH
I will\, feature tlorlds champion,
\
know that you are crazy and will es. Lily Pads (Locke)- argument, or not so healthy represented the second Florida dis. ELECTS JR. STEWARD BOARDA
Brady: Tex.
Mildred Mix H ner of ,
cort you to the nearest bombproof Guitar Serenade (Oaynor)-Piano scrimmage, just mention fuzz, trlct In Congress for the past 17

asylum. ((1) Carol Domer; Piano (2) Laura removing compounds to the years. He married Miss Lucile as.Lee SalUb: / of Washington Junior board of stewards was

5 If a bomb falls directly on you, Maye Campbell. proud possessor of one of this Harris of Gainesville and they have Courthouse, r10, Is producer of the organized! Wednesday night follow.

dont lose your head. By all means Oh, Susanna (Foster) ; Little type. one son and one daughter. 1942 show. '..My Mefford Is dl. Ing the prayer meeting. These
do not go to pieces. If you do, you I have heard John L. Lewis He Is dean of the Florida Con. young men, though not old enoughto
Brown Mountain ) Is
Jug ( song-Fa rector and. J< n O. Pugh man.ager. .
will be scattered among the crowd Abney. wore a mustache at one time. gresslonal delegation, assistant l vote with the seniors in regular

and no one will miss you. But the hot cracks against peo. Democratic Whip, and owing to his rodeo Is board meetings nor ibe members of
"Remember .t the es.sentially .
From A (Thompson- I(I
6. If a bomb falls near you and Wigwam pie, officeholders. President, long seniority, holds high and 1m. aMC contest betweenman the quarterly conference, will have
]I an
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does not go off, bounce it up and Wanda Nix.Comin' government, oh, just everything portant committee I assign. and bell "say. Mr Salisbury all the other privileges and dutiesof

then down on its nose. If nothing Round The Mountain caused a split of his "Buck ments, Including a chairmanshipand "That's why there are no two per. other stewards.

hapuens, build a fire under It. This (Thompson) Joe Billiard, Mrs. tooth hideout and It climbed ranking place on the powerful formances exactly alike' They will be permitted to attend

will keep It warm until the author!, Lowe and divided Itself In shame. Rivers and Harbors committee. If V the senior board sessions, to take

ties come and get It. The Big Bassoon (Grey)-Mar.jorle Now It reclines on a forhead reelected to Congress as from the part In the discussions or the mak.

7. During a raid pull out your Williams. filled with hatred for all man. state at large, he will hold his sen. PersonalMiss 'ing of plans for the good of the

hair, run around in circles and Blue Danube Waltz (Strauss) kind (Including mln .workers lorlty/and committee assignments I church. Besides attending the sen.

scream bloody murder. This doesntdo Jo Ann Berka. whom he browbeats Into sub. I Representative Green who stands -. for board sessions, they will have

any good, but It sure scares the Rose Petals (Lawson)-Carol:: and mission with that same mus. high In the councils of the House Constance Finger spent Sat. monthly meetings of Bible and dls.

hell out of the kids. Susan Hancock. tithe which Is now eyebrowsand leadership, said, "I am concerned urday and Sunday with her fam. clpllne study, social meetings and
8. If a big bully of an air raid howl! most with this The Fort I In the work ofa
Minuet In O (Beethoven) Er. winning war. fly at Myers. practical experience
.
warden tries to tell you what to do nestlne Hunt As Samson's strength was In triumph of our American forces in Basil Bowden was a visitor who Methodist steward.

and where to go, pick up a brick and! Waltz Me Around (Richter)-PI. his hair, the thought of the this armed conflict' Is all essential to spent Saturday In Clewlston at. The membership of the board

beat the hell out of him. Every Silo (1) Carol Domer; Piano (2) day Is this: Cut off John I.:* the freedom and Independence of tending to business.Dr. I consists of John Neff, chairman;

body knows that the wardens keep Elizabeth Swain. eyebrows, shave closely, powderand all Amercans. I have earnestly and C. L. Davis longtime real, Jesse Ray Watford, vlce.chalrman;

the best friends.seats for themselves and Strolling Harp Playei (Harding perfume where once hung vigorously supported our prepared. dent of Okeechobee (but now a res. Connie Raulerson, secretary; Al.

their I -Ada Jane Cason. the horse tails. Then place him ness program and I am now cooper. Went of Hlnesville, Ga., is spending berta Berka, Jr., L. M. Raulerson
9. At the first sound of air raid
Spinning Song (Ellemennrlch on a platform addressing on* atlng for and supporting our Pres. this week In Okeechobee attending Jr., J. O. Wolff, Jr., Frank Reeves
and raise
warning, turn on all lights
windows In Piano ((1) Mary Alberta Louthan; or a million people and the odds ident and our armed forces with all to ,business and seeing friends and Gene Elledge
all shades, blinds and
the house. With the lights off, Pano (2) Mrs. Lowe. are plenty he wouldn't get to of my strength. I shall continue Bill Bowden, who la employed by -

show with Waltz (Wright) Orville Ann first base. Then there's the this policy until America Is victor the United States Surgar corpora Regular services next Sunday,
you'd miss half fo the ;
suffocatein Lingenfelter many other types such as the ious In this struggle tlon at Clewlston, spent Sunday In Sermons by the pastor. Special
windows down you'd
the Will 0' The Wisp (Jungman Marshall Budenny-free.flow. "Owing to the Imperative war leg Okeechobee with his parents, Mr. music by the choir at the morning

the excitement.V McKlnster Roe. Ing and fluffy! The Knudsen- Islatlve program I may not be able and Mrs. Basil Bowden. I service.

Dance of the Marionettes (Ad. klose..kropped for kommerce; to spend much time campaigning In Mr and Mrs. Jimmie Rogers andJ. I V

Johnnie Walker Says lIe HopesTo ams) Piano ((1) Nancy Boettger; The Dew y-streamlined and the state between now and the prl. R. Johnson of Miami were visit. I C. S. Deshong of Jacksonville,

Read The News In Tokyo Piano (2) Mrs Lowe. sterilized (I hpoe) etc. mary I shall have to rest my fu_ ors, spending Sunday in Okeecho. United States rrurshal: and Mr.

-- Pale Moon (Logan) ; Tea For Then, doggone It, there's ture largely In the hands of my. bee. Hunt of Miami were visitors who

Okeechobee News received a Two (Youmans)-Girls Olee club. that Hitler appendage which, friends. They are loyal and have -V spent some time here Tuesday af.

The of a Llebefreud (Kresler) Piano (2)) I after all Is a direct descendentand been kind and good to me. I have ternoon and night
Is In receipt
News
eechobee Johnnie Walker, son Harry Paul Greenberger; Piano (2) a flagrant steal from the faith in them. I know that they A EFENSEj Sheriff L. L. Conrad and Eddie

letter from Walker, Jr.. Bessie Mae Ralfsnlder. I always popular Charlie Chaplin will not let me down.", Hargraves left Tuesday for New
J. H.
and Mrs
of Mr. the United Watz (Durand) Bessie Lou Mey. I Cutle. And believe me, In my V Jersey, where they went to get a
who Is stationed In l Is the t '
er opinion, that greatest prisoner,
California, In whichhe MUSIC RECITAL
In
States army the Ths Olow Worm (Llncke)-Piano hardship he has Imposed upon Mrs C B. Duffey and J. R. Rho

says that he enjoys reading (1) Ellis Draughon; Piano (2) I his people In Germany By that -, den were visitors in Miami Tues. '

Okechobee News each week and that Sylvia SneU. ; I mean, when he barred the The Music Department of the BUYUNITED day where they went to carry Miss
read it In nearly every Okecchobe Schools will
has pre.
'he
Melody of Love (Englemann) Charlie Chaplin picture reels Marie Rhoden to the Jackson Me.
southern state and that while his Jean Lee Raulerson. from a'.l German theaters and sent Its midterm recital Fri. mortal hospital.

outfit was on maneuvers he re. day evening, February 6 at 7:30:
Hungary (Koelllng) Piano (1) made the populace gaze only David Cassels left Wednesday
celved It each week He said In I o'clock In the School Auditor. STATES
Jack Wolf; Piano (2)) Gilbert Don. upon his own fuzzy wuzzy morning for Savannah, Oa., after
his letter that he hoped to read lum. The public Is cordially
aldson. Shame on Adolf for stealing I SAVINGS ; spending several days here with his
In the middle of Tokyo, Invited to attend. The program
the News Frasquita Serenade (Lehar) ; PI. Charlie de Chap's mustachio BONDS i parents. David Is stationed at that
if there was any of that city left Idea. Then taking out a patenton will appear In next week's Okee.
ano ((1) AIde Donaldson; Piano (2) I place with the United States army
after the Americans finished bomb. Lowe. It and telling the Reich It chobce News. AND STAMPS --V-

Ing It. He says that the weatherin It Is Mrs.Polish Dance (Scharwenka)-PI. was entirely his own Idea. I r II FOR RENT-Furnished apartment

California Is not what ano (1) Petilie Hunt; Piano ((2) wonder If It Is labeled, "Made In What a calamity that would be remodeled and redecorated. Four

"cracked up to be" and that he be. Sylvia Snell.Malaguena. Germany." .Ii Bye the bye, Mickey( Mouse has rooms with private bath, large

lleves that is the only state In whicha (Lecuona); Piano <1> Just suppose F.D.R. should whiskers too, doeanSt her I screen porch Rent $20 per mon

man can stand in water waist. I bar all Mickey Mouse! films. We'll be .
Betty a-foerj; Piano ((2) Mrs. Low) our seeing you.oble. I King Apartments r ;
deep and still\ get dust in his eyes. .
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THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1942

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.-'vi" have folks stormln' the fruit stand NOTICE OF AITMCATION FOR NOTICE TO CREDITORS

1) Itccdtl1hcc cfus : and tearln' clerks' ears off in an et. TAX PEEOLawi
( of 1833) SPATE OF FI.OIUDA .
fort to stock up on citrus before

Published Friday by the rationing went Into effect! Notice la hereby given tbat Randall COUNTY OV CKKECIIOBEK!: I
every You end such of ,
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecho- We sold a lot of silk socks and .\. Fulfnrd, holder of Tax Certificates ified, and required you to are present hereby not say

lee Okeechobee Florida- a lot of gasoline awhile back by that Not. HOT to 1130 Inc, P-1131 and 1132to rliiliui mill' ili'inonili. wblrb you or el- ,
County, I lUll Inc, Issued the Brd day of titer of you may have against the
method and if there is anything in September A. D., 1028; and Tax Certificates estate of John Lofton, deceased. late e
this that we've health of milil. County, to the fudgeof
country got a No.. 1376 to 131 Inc., and County
BRYANT BOWDEN.. Editor i .
Okpecurtiee
,
Cuuuty Florida at bn
THAT? 1TII1r70Pea0 i surplus in, a little carefully.handled lm: !: Issued the Oth day of August, A.I office In the t'uiirt lluina ut Okeecbo-

Entered as second class matter AVItOI AM 5A9/ IMU4M1WN4 propaganda ought to move It in jig ). III:U; Tax Certificate No.. 1 Mil and hoc, Klurlilii, within eight calendar
VORM4.A M.I, hailed the hid day of Juno. A. D months )rum the date of the first publliMinllun -
July 1, 1916, at the Post Office in ISStASta (AMiMCtaUCwnv / time.Well luao; Tax Certificate KOI. :31>4 and of thin notice Each,: cliilm or
Okeechobee. Florida under the ACTW A"TISf PIOTe I may have to go withoutan Sun\ Issued the 3rd day of August A, .demand moat bo lu writing, and moat

Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. Oil A, CAR WHICH MAS OMBAWtD WITH I extra spoonful of sugar now and 1111:11: ; Tax Ccrtlflcntei Nut. 4S8! office lute the uihlrm|phlee of of rvHldi-nre the clulmnnt, and pout and
I 3.00O.COO VOWS OF MAM-MA i LKAITNIN6.Eft then, and maybe the time will come and -M, luiui'd the 6th day of June moat hp sworn to by the cliilinant, hliniri'iit
EAtMID UNNARMtD, I when I'll have to put the old bus In A. D, luau; and Tax Certificate No. or attorney or the nma will
RATE ow to BKI.PAWO 1 Cm' HI, laiiued the 7th day of Aunuit, A.D. Ikwnmtj void iifTorillng to law
M r. THAT storage and learn how to walk again. iWS\ bin filed erne in lay office) Thin 17tb day of January, lilt''.
One year in advance no.. $2.00 st.T out But in the meantime I'm not goin' him made, u|>|illcullon for a Tax l>ued MOIUUS LOFTON

Six months in advance .._ .._u. 1.00 r ) to get all hot and bothered and I to be liouui'il thereon. Bald Certlflnilf AilmliilHlTiitur, of the Estate: of
ONS John l.ufliin, ilwuimnl.Jnn. .
Three months In advance 75 IMAN'a NEW can promise that when the gov. Hinbrai'ei the following described .
on'"- I e you property In the County of ukiwhobee, 30 Feb (0.13.; i0.NOTKK .
lire EMPLO'r aNIw ernment starts checkln' on the Mote of Florida, to-sit:

Advertising bills are payable on 'J PalrclPa1NOW hoarders you won't find my name All Blocks 21, 23 24, us, 27, Sj; 20iMO. ; : TO Ari'EAlt
5$
A $ VEIQ'Vav
I didn't I :: 31, 3:, 33, 30, 311; all Block 2)) ex-
j en the list-and maybe you i iI
Parties
'
monHi. MODULATIONWWCN
the fiat of each .
/ I copt Loll 7, 12 and 1:1: ; All Block 20.
unknown to publishers required to : /'' ELUUUTt1 STALK i know it, Mr. and Mrs. Smartypants, ,\rcpt| Lot 7 ; All Itlutk 34 except NINTH IX TUB CIHCflT COfHT OF TUB
.ll'Hia.U.
OrMIC eli4TRIC ALpSTUa5ANGM1S CIKITIT IN
pay In advance. I AND, but THERE IS A LIST I Late 1 and 11 ; All Block 33, except Fun OKEKCHOBEE: t'OI'NTY, "'Lon.11. AND.
In spite of the sugar shortage Lulu 1, 11 nod '.'9; All Block 87 except / .\. IN;; rilA.MCEKY W3.
Lot b ; All lilock 3tt except Lot 19 JI'.N'K: DI'M( II UN: D. Ciiiiiiilulnniit ..,
Reading notices! In local columns there is going to be plenty of cotton Mini UU; and All Block 40 except Lot WILLIAM C. ))11 DUIOX lJ. Defendant

lOc line. Rates for display candy and sugar.coated apples at II.II.. Til WILLIAM C. DUUMMOM; ,
a
Osjp6RFUt revw the Florida Fair So come and I. SiiniK Park, bolus a mbdlvlHlonor Acrou Camp| >o, 1, Vlcijuct, Puerto
advertising furnished on application. tint" S1S of Section 1'J' Twp. 373lir limo :
Classified advertising 2c have a good time and forget your ... KIO.; You an hi'i'i'l'.v' ordered to appear to

each word each Insertion. All troubles. It is a peach of a show Tin' intHi'iiiiiieiit of wild properly, undi'r the UKiilUMt Kill IIr you L'nuiiiliilnt liv June, for Driiuimoud divorce filed In

eP'tW. and one that you sure don't want (Ci'rilflculi' 1..II.d11.. lu the tbu hove ttylid. cause on or'before
items regarding:: enterprises conducted of lklechnhe I.Hinl Inriliuent
niinieM Ibo i'nI diiy of March, A. D 1U42, other
for profit are chargeable t Also KktOW MOM TO t I to miss. Remember the dates- r". ; Ciikiiown' ; Mn. C'. W. Sluckey ; wine IbeIIlexntone of the Dill of Com.
tt advertising! rates. MEAsugt euesmrKtg 1 February 3 to U, at Tampa E.V.. Wlli'iix : A. Conn ; Dew and pliilnt' will be taken at couleued *.
j
0'NtuairaLwEMT Willis ; 11/11/11'0." Co. ; F. E. Lawrcnci viitiiNt you
,
---- M c1tLUO.ITIaS I '>: ,1. 11. I'rliirf; Leon Ilarrtit; Thin Order sliull be published 1C.cunlliiK .
t NOW f } IliMitrtce W. I'liffcr M. I). Illnkln and in innin the Okewhobee .Newi.
"poiitScaTAnnouncements ;
PI 3E TO THE FLAG M i DntiMl,
thin iioth of
I CAtav IP1'OLA.9' -' Mr.. I., ('. AVceki.rnlcm D. 11I 2. lily January, A,
'T pledge allegiance: to the Flagof I /QAROfiaMwM CARjEtRclerc I mild I ri-rllfli'nli'H" shall ,In' rA- HOY It. ;
Vrteca tEeoa01 afoulW e$ IQ ror IIAL'LICKSON,
the United States of AmerIca cvt DarnsLwn1 i ilri'ined a,. "inlliiK I to low, property iloxrrlhi'il I Clerk of Circuit Court
I thi-rcln sluill In, mill ti> thehlKhi'Ht (Circuit Court
11.111)
and to the Republic for agIers Ptafall M s c s TO *aP *1TOUVTTJ ; 1UBSfANCIS. / I 1 bidder. at the Courthouse tluormi I Jiiu. 3ii. ."'h. 1J-1:1': 2o--2s.

which It stand: One nation Indivisible TNItt4UM1 lNaO Oi. Si11AN0w OM KV f .I I"hi' II\ret Mnndiiy In the niuuth of -

; with liberty and Jus -- -ROAM C* IK PACKW SNOW, 5P 5*- -- .March, 1U42! which li the 2nd day of I
March 11)42. ono OF
I Arri.IC.lT10;
tire for all.
FOR REPRESENTATIVEIN Dated thli Suih day of Jnnmiry' 11)12. FOIl TAX: Jl.tl
THE LEGISLATUREI ROY R. RAt'I.tIt'iON:< I I I Law of 1UJ3I

There Is nothing that makes men < Too Late to -; 1 1 Clerk( Circuit County Court, efikepchnhie Florida. I I.I Notice U hereby ulveu that It. t,
Classify .'
to .
rich and strong but that which they i take this opportunity an. rult Court Heal) I II Llghlmiy holder of Tux Certificate No
I Jnu. 30. Feb. 6-13-20-27. .1
carry Inside of them. Wealth is | nounce that I ant a candidate for I I l'-txl, l leaned the 3rd day of September
reelection to the office of Repres. I A. D. ID 'H, hita filed HUIIIU In tnv officer
of the heart, not of the hand. I Inn uiiidv niiiillvutlun, -
j for a Tax Deed
entatlve In the Florida
-John Milton RUSSELL KAY Legislaturefor to be Issued thereon. gulil,I Certificate
.--- By Okeechobee County In the i 11I1111111111111111111111I11I111I11I11I1111I11111111I11111!!! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILET I I'liibruceii. the fullowlng doncrll.d prop.

. . . . Democratic Primaries In May 1942. .'rt) In the Cuuiity of okcochobce.
.... -............ ... .. I.
... .
''P??'". ;";oa'o; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; : 'I -- i W. J. (BILL) HENDRY State of Florliln, to-\vlt;:
I By Russell Kay I.I I That part "f Lot 32 if EaKlo Bay
Advertisement.FOR .
< I Paid Political
Gilbert Theatre I Panicky housewives all over the Survey aa 'per pint thereof recorded It
I V US PRINT Plot llouk 1 at Page 31 of the public
j country have 'been giving a glorious
Sunrise TheatreFORT I' COUNT COMMISSIONER: records" of okwehobop County. Florida,
demonstration of American
'
OKEECHOBEEPROGRAM re. lying outHlde. the I'liiii of Itecbiinatloa
scurcefulness and patriotism by YOUR NEXT ORDEROF of Eagle nay Sub-llralnnge Plutrlct.Seen. .

PIERCE : storming grocery stores in an ef. I wish to announce that I am a JMK 7'w '. SS s. lure 35 E.

FOR WEEK ENDING I fort to buy up all the sugar in sight. candidate for the office of County Containing The 4 acrei more or Ice..

TODAY and SATURDAY I In a Tampa store I stood and I II Commissioner from District No.4. I I NHI RMpMinrnt| Ordflcate of Imued raid property was In under the
FEB. 12
watched a run on the sugar counter i Okeechobee District In the Demo COMMERCIALPRINTING name of II. f.. Raulenon.

Double Feature I and I talked to clerks and store' cratlc Primaries In May. I will ap. t'lik'M laid Certificate ihall\ be rH'

FRIDAY and SATURDAY Frederic March Loretta Young managers, who for the past two predate your vote and support. deemed. according to law, property At
icrllicd therein shall be sold to the
IN"BEDTIME weeks have been all but mobbed by ALBERT BARKA hlghcxt bidder at Ibe Courthouse door

; Double Feature irate women customers determinedto Paid Political Advertisement. on the first Monday In the month of

STORY"Feature get sugar-or else! V .March, 1042 which li tbe Sad day of ,
Program March, ,
No. 2 It certainly has been a beautiful FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1042.Dnted
this 301 h day of January
FEATURE NO. 1 I example of American selfishnessand DISTRICT NO. 1

GENE AUTRY Charles Starred Russell Hayden greed and makes a person rea. 91111ll1IJill iiliiiIIIV11111DIIIIII1liiillIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlillill1111I!! :!!! IIIIIIIIIIII 11M2.\ ROY n, HArLEUSOX

-IN- -IN- line why it is necessary for the gov. :. I take this opportunity to an. Clerk Circuit Court of

"Riders of the Badlands" eminent to step in and ratlon-es. nounce that I am a candidate for Okeeehoboe County, Florid.
,
(Circuit Court 8 nI)
"SINGING HILLS" -- -- -- -- sentlal products.The County Commissioner from District BE 'VI ADVERTISE Jan 30. Feb 6132027.

RED CROSS BENEFIT SHOW pitiful part of it Is, there is No. I, (Fort Drum) In the Demo. .

Feature No. 2 S.\TURD.\Y-11:1:1: : P.M.: I no real sugar shortage. If people cratlc Primary May 5, ,

Hugh Herbert Basil Rathbone The entire proceeds to gn to the would go on in an orderly manner, If elected I will serve the people 7

IN"BLACK local Red Cross. purchasing as they always have and i of my district and the entire countyto

;- ON THE SCREEN not hoarding, our stores would have the very best of my ability. I

CAT" Lt.'PE'ELEZ In sufficient sugar to care for all or. will appreciate your vote and sup. .

dlnary needs. But when millions of '
port. .
ADDED: CARTOONSUNDAY "HONOLULU LU"SUNDAY -
folks who have been buying only S -B. C., SWAIN ) / /

and :MONDIYMickey pounds at a time suddenly start Paid Political Advertisement. .
and :MONDAYROBEBRT storing up with hundreds of poundsIt V

TAYLORIN Rooney Judy GarlandIN is bound to play havoc with the TO THE CITIZENS OF I IaT
I I I I (
stock of wholesalers and retailersand OKEEfHOBEE: COUNTY! I I 'I.1
"Babes On Broadway" force immediate rationing 1I'

"BILLY THE KID"IN Ordinarily I don't get much I hereby annouce my candidacyfor

TUESDAY WEDNESDAY-- amusement out of other peoples re.electlon to the office of

TECHNICOLOR SHIRLEY TEMPLE: misfortunes but I did get a good
County Commissioner from Dis
.
I' I I "r
ADDED: Paths New -IN- laugh when a buxom lanternjawed trlct No 3 and will appreciate your

"Picture People" "KATHLEEN" dame dropped and spilled a large vote and support If I am reelect.
bag of sugar after bragging to a
ed ,1 shall continue to serve In afalthul
friend that the package she had
and capable manner and
'
\\EDXESD\Y FEB. 11- THURSDAY- just purchased made a, t al of 200 -- rX,4
working at all times for the best
FREE SHOW NIGHT I I BARGAIN DAY pounds she had secured during the Interest of the County.

week. The grocer told me after,
All you need Is a ticket in the box :I 22Double < ward that there were only three EARNEST HILLIARD -
Paid Political Advertisement.FOR in
to be eligible for the valuable pre. I in her family and that she dinar, r

miunw given away. Ask for tickets Feature ily would have purchased about :5 I COUNTY COMMISSIONER V : I : ft ft'v'

at any Sinclair station In Oke< DISTRICT NO. 2
bee. -IN- feel very sorry for her If she de. I.1

veloped a swell case of diabetes or J '
"BURMAC CONVOY"Feature
ON THE SCREEN I take tills opportunity to an. CONDITIONEDDependable
woke up some morning to find that )

"Whistling in the Dark" No. 2. a flock of ants had settled downin I I nounce that I am a candidate for j
i reelection as County Commissioner gdmpl11 :, ,
TYRONE POWERIN her sugar barrel. ,
r'I from District No. 2. I will appr cl.I .
withRrd Other folks have gone just about I
I
Skelton and Ann Rutherford & SAND"IN as haywire over the tire situation.I!I ate your vote and support. '
C. WALKER
Service
I know one "smart" guy who has a I i I
EVERYONE INVITED I ; Paid Political Advertisement.FOR .
set of tires I
good on
perfectly a i
. . . . .1 : I
.. V 1 Low Fares
H r.r. {' .' pF
H V vvvvvvv VV VI(I. . . .; ;.g..pq.; '; practically new car who went gal.

loping all over town and bought two COUNTY COMMISSIONER:

!!!!!!! ! !!:illlllllllllllllllllllllillmllllllllilmlllllllllllilllmmlm! !!! ilml !" additional bulls or retreads sets of second.hand and has stored re. DISTRICT NO. 5 Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florid

--'--= =--.: them in his garage The set on his I hereby announce my candidacy and the North.

= = for reelection to the office of
car are good for a year or so of I Coun. Ni.rfM.ounWIv.

THIRD ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL ordinary driving and the tires could ty Commissioner from District No. :5 OKEECHOBE6 . (.40 AM 2:10 PM
p for Okeechobee County. I will Ar. TAMPA . I 10 10 AM 455 PM
men be retread and be good for 1 ap. LAKELAND: : : tlOAM: I50PM Costs Less thin Driria t

II and additional 9 or 19 months. But I predate the vote and support of ORLANDO . 1050AMAf 7:45: PM 001 ......."
JACKSONVIL. . 115 PM 11.45 PM
I everyone. E Way Try
silll wants do his help
he to part to Ar. TALLAHASSEE . 445 PM 125. AM
out the shortage by grabbing off R. E. (EDDIE) BASS. Ar LAKE CITY . 2.25 PM 1:10 AM MIAMI S 2.10 S 3Je

two sets of tires which some other I Paid Political Advertisement.FOR Lv. OKEECHOBEE . 110 PM 1045'104 TAMPA JAelCSONYIUI. 4.40 2,30 7.1.13"

RODEI poor guy might really need, and V Ar JACKSONVILLE US AM PIi: AM LAICILAND '.'0 3.4f
COUNTY COMMISSIONER: ORLANDO 2.S0 4-U<
sticking them in his garage.
away Diced CONNECTIONS M lAeICSONYlttl, fAUA. TALLAHASIEI. S.6I '0..
Wouldn't It be awfully funny if he DISTRICT NO. 3 HAssle AND SANS CITY WITH O"'HOUND\ LINES IAKI CITY 4,31 7.$

were to tlnd a year or so from now{; rot All POINT NORTH AND WIST.Jourhbound ATLANTA. 1.31 1S.py
== MACON 7.1S 12...
KISSIMMEE, FEB. 19.22 |j that the tires were roten? But I wish to announce that I am a OolflfIv. YALOOSTA 1.31 '.N''

= rght now he's having a swell time candidate for the office of County OKEECHOBEt . 4 40 PM 10:41'1.4: IIIMINOHAM '.10 17..
::::: pattin' himself on the back andtraggln' Commissioner from District: No.3, Ar. MIAMI . 1.50 PM 2:30AM HEW OIUAHI 11.20 20..
9 CHICAGO 11.01 32."
( Performances : | to his friends that he's not .Igolo. I tor Okeehobee County In the Pr'f. turning HEW YORK CITY ".00 3I.S9>>
--- -H to get cought short-no sir- mary Election to be held May 5. Lv. MIAMI . 10:00 AM 2-00 AMArOKEECHOBE6
. 2:10 PM I..40AM
= not him-he's too "smartl" I will appreciate the vote and sup.
Feb. 19 800 P.M. :J] :
Thursday, _m. ..... Seems that just about all you port of everyone

P.M. have to do in this fool country islet i -F. M. MOBLEY T. H. NIX, Agent, STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATIOHTWO
Friday, Feb. 20 ____._ __ _m 8:00: :g ,' _
= = 'I it be nosed around that we are

Saturday, Feb. 21-------- 2:30: P.M. jj: running short of something and l i -

then Just about everybody and his
-- Saturday, Feb. 21---------- 8:00: P.M. J brother will go "hog wild" in an ; SEEULMER

effort to beat the other fellow to <
Sunday, Feb. 21 ....-_____.._ 2:30: P.M. MJJJ J
the counter. EZELL
nsn : 0(1(114 )rrly:
I; mght be: a smart Idle to run

tome advertisements advising folks .
Admission : General admission (including = FOR
that Florida citrus is getting mighty t.

p parking and bleacher seats) 75c Adult ; 40c || scarce and( it might be a good plan i' Electrical and Refrigeration
to buy it by the box rather than by
H: Children (under 12)) Grandstand 50c (taxft; the dczen. Or ma)be we should Sales and

H included I 1 I ) id suggest that they be patriotic and er

put it the other way 'round and Service

.-- unselfish and refrain from buying

more than a dozen oranges or grape OKEECIIOBEE FLORIDA t''J

11II1IIIIIIIJlillllllllillllllllllllllllllllllIIIllIII\III!! !!( !! \! IIIIIIIIIIIIIUI11II1II1II1illlllllmmilllllHlllllllllllliI!!!! : !! ![ fruit at a time. Boy, I'll bet we'd



FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1942 TilE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS THREE
r

I
PURELY BUSINESS 4. Our World Today, 7th Grate

Geography-No. 00031

Well, folks here we are again. 5. Speller. Child Centered, No. 8

The 'Chobee And this time we have lots to re. V

Bugler port Can you guess what about? Wdrtim
Alcoholic B.yr 9.t M
That's right I How can you guess?
(New Yfrk ]..nul ./ Ctmmirci)
It surely is about the sub.debs Now
National prohibition cam lnt<<
that you have guessed that, can you
FOR A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL being as a result of the (Brit World
also guess what they have been doing .
War There Is every reason to eptct >
_______uu____ uuuu______ ? Betcha can't.
--- - ----------- ------ '[ that this futile and unfortunate -
Heck, you can guess too good. experiment will not be repeated
'CHOBEE SOME: NEWS In the gossip writing, she censorsall
BUGLER STAFF You must be a member to know j.''I during the present conflict' ,

EDITOR ............ ... .-. .. ....... .. ...... ... .. ...... WINIFRED CROUCH gossip about her. But just wait,, all about them and what they have ifor memories of the evils of the dry
Competlton for Nettle Pearl 1 is folks, maybe next week Miss Fingeror I '
ASSISTANT EDITOR ... ... ........ .. ..... ... .. .. .. JUNE CHESHIRE between L. M. Rauler other been doing. I ,era are still too vivid in the pubhj
raging high our gossip writer will fix In weren't the ;mind.
BUSINESS MANAGER .. ... .... ........ .. ... ALICE DONALDSON son and Teddy Greenberger. things up. case you one of I The material
geniuses who can well 11 raw requirement
SPORTS EDITOR ..... ... ..... .... ... ........... ........ .. MARY MCLAUGHLIN Catherine Sweatt seems to be V know you're wondetin'guess just so whatwe < of the alcoholic beverage industries

CLASS EDITOR .. .. ........... ... ....................... .... LILLIAN LEITNER "beating Betty Mae's time" with "PREPOSITIONS" are talking about. I[de not conflict with war or food

CLUBS EDITOR ... .. ..... ....... ESTELLE SANDERFUR our school romeo Gerald Leather. Here's the dope I i I needs. Problems will arise In coo-

SPECIAL EDITORS LAVENA HARDEN, MOLLY BOWDEN I man. Grammarians constantly will en. The "sub.debs" met at the home' inectlon Itioa with packaging, transport
and equipment replacement,
to be a little deavor to tell the world and Its I
There seems ro. of the members of the famous club | ''but they should prove relatively

men SCHOOL STAFF F.F.A. PIIILOSOPIIY mance brewing between Bertha kin and kith They all enjoyed themselves very minor. The industry now provide

VISITS NEWS OFFICE Mercer and Robert Alderman. Coald "A preposition is what you neverShould much. Some of the things they !' '* medium for the collection of more

By Sllvanua HardenA that be one of Roberts reasons think of ending with I" did during their meeting were: than a billion dollars a year 1.

Of course you know this School Future Farmer meeting was for starting back to school, or 1 is -0- 1. Planned a party for the club [taxes, and such collections could

page is sponsored by the Theta Beta I that just one of the phases of ed_ But it is a rule that I won't be 2. Took In two new members. i ibe increased substantially In time

club-that Is the young woman'sbusiness held Tuesday night with 27 mem. ucation which he has recently tak. ruled by 3. Girls' week will 1 begin April'' rot war.

club of the high school, I bets and three visitors present. The I en up? And one I feel I am quite above,, Fool's day. i These industries must demon-
first the will not be ;,strata U tM public, however, that
thing on was some And one my passion
program
thus the staff Is made up only of We wonder whether Mary McLaughlin 4. Decided on a new adventure .
they recognise their wartime duty.Unless
the members of this club. thorough instructions from Mr. Pip. I'I Rita Hair or Kathleen cooled by, r! 5. Studied personalities. '[ this hi done, prospective
to of the Important When It is YOU I am thinking ofto
pen as some
Tuesday afternoon during EC.A. 'i McLaughlin will finally get James Well boys, we'll see ya April 1 emotional prohibitionist propagan-
period Miss Finger took the staff phases of the State Fair. which w e Crews. Would you like to have a date? Ida may make headway. Brewers
will attend afternoon and f For the I like to be
down to the News office where they Friday I Earl Counce, better known as you are lady V through( the United Brewers Industrial -

received specific instructions In how Saturday.Next "Pretty Boy," certainly Is quiet with, THE UNITED STATES | Foundation, bare set up lelf-
to go about editing the entire edir we had (to our pleasure) j I around Cleo Evans the last few You are the lady I love to talk to; regulation committees in fourteen
I Mr. James Becker, local representa. To be ashore or to be a.sea with, States to reform or close retail outlet -
tlon of The Okechobee News on; days. Wonder why? The United States is the best COUI1_ I II I
I tlve of the Florida Growers Inc. HaI the I always of questionable character. Even
You are girl yearn ,
February 27. They plan this to be I Say, Betty Bradley have you ever try of all; I ''more
, a school edition and for it to be I I gave us an Interesting talk on phas. made up your mind? Will It beI for- I We hope that Democracy vii'' ''proceeded important the foundation has
I think of and dream rigorously to Improveretail
es of growing fruits and vegetables The one
the greatest publication of the paper I I. Edward Conrad Clifford Marson or I never fall; tale condition la areas surrounding -
In the United States parts of Canada about;
for the 'ear. Nute McLaughlin? I If Hitler should try to take a hand Army camp In thirty-one
The membera of the staff will be Mexico and Bermuda I I Who was Joe Wolff with last Sat. Its you 111 struggle and work and May the public always protect he State In this program, the industry -

around getting subscriptions for the Well, folks we got those eggs off ;' urday night? earn for- land. co-operates with Army commander

Okechobee News during this month to the Fair at the last minute after i; Why was Ernest Hudson driving The one I'll never get en with, *, State control board and

and we think you know how badly; going all over the county In 3 or 4 j from one side of the road to the out! The United States Army and Nau' Deal law enforcement officials. Distillers -
I I hours and we hope they make i a < Bo- should give serious conitd-
the school organizations need money other when he was taking Peggy Is great we know,
The Fruits and Veg.I It's I want to [eratlon to a similar
good showing. constantly gazeat program.
you
in order It couldn't be
to carry out our mot, Watford to school? Let's hope we always beat the foe::
etable will be the J The liquor industry make torn
to "For A Greater Okeechobee judging team sameas that love makes one drunk-could ; If the people don't like our count

High School," so don't say no, i if it was last sear. This team is I It? Or did Peggy's eyes have him It's you my fancies are dwellingon this way, Puctlon. Dlstllleri contributions produce to war alcohol pro-

you Just subscribe for six months. composed of Clyde Durrance, Sil. so spellbound that he couldn't seethe I ; There's always some other place Jfor munitions purpose, while Tlnti& -
vanus Harden and Terrance M>er, I I It's you I'm anxious to toss bouquets .
Thank you. road? to stay or go. rs are turning out cream of tartar -
Theta Beta Club and they hope to bring back a !It'st. Will someone who knows all about/ at -LaVerne Wynn aDd other needed chemical

V place In judging. Mr. Pippen has not pigeons please explain to Martha And whom I center my hopes up. Seventh Grade {products. The output at these products -

MERRY HEARTSWe I definitely decided as yet who will Walker and Martha Sellers. Their on. V will doubtless Increase.

compose the Livestock judging lntell' ence hasn't reached that far -0- ANSWER |I The alcoholic beverage Industrie,
I: team. However we expect to comeback already kn)wall 01say it's I that you want to like other, must place their contribution
never grow too old for Valen. yet ev n though they i
with first.places In every cling to; to the war effort above LIt
I I a'1' turtle doves. Of kno'v but incase
tine sentiments. The Senior Bap course you Just the
onideratlon of profit during
hands
I thing. And mine are the you'llput
tist Training union enjoyed a good Lilian Leltner's and LavenHarden's you failed to guess the answer of the W know from
I Iold.fashloned I Well, this week it's Mr Pippen, your heart in; period war. *
[
have
Valentine party at class rings seem to to the "Who Are They" of last week 'experience that national prohibition
I|! adviser. You know all those That it'll be I'll slip a ringto
our hashers you '
the home of Mrs. Alsobrook Thurs disappeared lately but Lillian Is the Pearce twins. It's an orchid !. not the way to make MM II a'
day night. The living room and I I I other boys have been telling you back row Bobby Paige has to them, we're proud to say. The ],,| contribution. The Industry esa la.lf4o

dining room was attractively dec. about that're so good. Well confl. been driving her almost crazy want., Which means a wedding we'llboth are students of Okeechobee Higl1} drive tM point home fey taking

orated to carry out the "MerrlHeart" dentlally, if it wasn't for Mr. Pip. ing U. know where it disappeared take part ml I I school. ('' ;'..W7 feasible It.. U further wee

theme. A lovely Valentinebox pen I have an idea they wouldn'tbe to. Now don't deny it, Bobby, be,. -0- V production, **d IT making AU see-
making as good as I tell you. cause we have sufficient proof. To marry you is my whole ambition LOSTIf Mtotfen kJMwn to tfceUOU101ABUTS. .wN..
in the center of the I
placed
was I dont believe he has a home pro. Those Fort Drum girls sure havea the
All followingarticles are I
:
the
dining room table. games Ject but he Is doing his bit for hard time keeping their boyfriends ; Which I'm hoping your fancy
to out the Val. found, please return to the bookkeeping ,
were played carry Uncle Sam by helping us boys out. straight. At present Mary blends with;

entine theme. A radio "Take It Or You know, we probably wouldn't McLaughlin's old boy friend W, B. Don't shy away from my proposition 1 room. M tsery
Leave It" was lots of fun The library copy of the Reader's ,
program have a Chapter if It wasn't for Mr. sems interested In Laverne Wynn. b
Memory'book Digest for February
An individual 'Sweetheart Pippen, and we just can't Imagine (P.S. It seems that Laverne re. Though a preposltloln is what It
2. size of
One.dollar Elmo
Lip.
was made by each person. that Now folks, I could go on and I turns the attention with interest). ends with I IlIu 6b.elt6.
refreshments stick practically new. If returneda
Valentine
Attractive fill up pages about him, but I had Juanita McLaughlin thinks Fort

were served and, to their the Training invited guest.Union better quit and remind you not to Drum Is about the most diverted Iefenee II mre and Mtunps--, 3.small Junior reward Math will, Book be offered.I, No. 00018 .SALVE,NOSE( COON

members forget to buy Defense bonds and spot In the world since T. M. Grover I -
----
V a H B
:, stamps. left for the navy.
TIIE"AGEND.CLUB V Is it true that Shirley Swain Is .

STUDENTS really in love with James Crews,
HONOR
We haven't had a meeting In along or is she just putting on so as to

time but we are going to get Wednesday afternoon when the be in fashion? 1

started again. This was because of report cards for the third 6 weeks Of course, all of the girls wishing
the SO.mlnute period used as a play Cecilia good luck In catching a boyfriend ;
out it was found that
were given ,
period.All 'but many of them say that ,
19 high school students had made
the members are ready to they didn't wish her quite as wella
90 cent or more on every sub.
start back to finish where we left per catch as she seems to have made
I Ject for this period of work. REGISTRAT
off In our club. -Ted Raby,
Those 19 students deserve a great
In our club we have very Inter. I Nick Gray has been seen wearinga
i! deal of credit and they are as fol.
of resembles
eating readings from members i: ring which very greatly
the club. They find things that'! lows: Arlene's lately, and she has been a

they think are very interesting, so I! Mary McLaughlin regular customer at Ralfsnlder's
Leslie Cheshire
that the rest of tt.e members will station.
enjoy them. Betty Watford Eva Louise and Florence Godwin
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We all work together and try to John Neff haven't been on very friendly

make our club what It stands for. Betty Mae Thomas terms the last few weeks Surely

-Oveda Boromle president.FAREWELL I Catherine Woodham Travis isn't concerned in this little 800KSWILLOPLN
Arnold
Clarence
V matter I ISpeakina 1
PARTY I _Aulbert Klnsaul of campus romances
Tommie Evans
and engagements we have heard

On Tuesday evening February 3. Peggy Chandler quite a bit about the Godwin.Van

the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lucille Johnson Brunt engagement, but according to -

Draughon was the scene of a fare Doris June Thomas some last.mlnute inside news, this

well party for David Cassels whois Lynn Walker h all off.Won't .
furlough from the al'my.1| Elphla Harden Earl Phelps and Mary Rob.
home on The
Registration Books for Okeechobee County will
Donald Sellers
| at the
sweet couple
friends of his attending inson make a
Many several of our old school romancers 1 I Virginia Lee Culbreth i dance? Have a nice time, kids I
were Carol HallJuanita be for those who want to register the
(some new ones and some I j I Donald Mack was a little dlsap. open at following .

old ones) who are included In the Worth pointed to 1 begin with when Orville

following guests. i, Dorothy SellersV 'Anne didn't appear at the party. places beginning Monday, February 2, and continuing

Mr. and Mrs. Draughon. Weldon but he decided that Mildred Phelps

Draughon, Ellis Draughon Mr. and SEVENTH GRADE GIRLS makes a very nice substitute.Mr. through Monday, March 2, after which time they will be

Mrs. Ernest Hunt Perilie Hunt, Mr. I Durrance has been having a

and Mrs. Cassel David Cassel, j The seventh grade girls met in little trouble with Ferilee and the open at my office in the Court House until time to close
Chester Raulerson. Tiny Watford, their Home room for the weekly: dark.halred boy who sits in front

Snell Omar Hunt Mar. I meeting. Betty Jean Hansel read of her In Economics class, because them
Wade Saturday
Mr. I I midnight April 18.
tha Walker Martha Sellars, Eva the devotion and Miss Finger led they insist on playing hands during ,
Juanell !I in The flag salute was
us prayer. class.
NeU Hall Juanita Pearce. Precinct No. .
1 B. C. Swain.
Pearce, Alice Donaldson. Leuzena ,I given and we sung the "Star Span For some time Ellis Draughon has .' -

Doretha Walker. Aletha gled Banner" been carrying the torch for Mil.

Walker Pearce, and Sadie Saunders. .j About the time the meeting was dred Phelps. I Precinct No. 2 Mrs. Alex Thompson.

-VORCIIIDS going good and we were getting What Is Betty Barber so worried

AND ONIONS j started on plans for our chapel pro. about? Could it be because she' Precinct No. 3 Mrs. Morris Lofton.

gram, those rude ninth grade boys has two dates for Friday night?

An orchid! to Mr. McLaughlin for I i next door began to make so much A new flaming romance seems Precinct No. 4 Park Drug Store.

taking an interest in girl's basket. [ noise, throwing chalk and erasers to have sprung up between Phyllis

I I against our door adjoining their Cason and Gerald Leatherman. How '
ball teams. Precinct No. 5 Nathan Norton.
An onion to all the teachers for room. It took about five minutes : long will It last, though?
I Miss Finger to get them notice that Jean Lee Rauler.
much work on us. for We
putting so Precinct No. 6 J. M. Scott Jr.
An onion to Sylvia and Damon I straightened out. son has her eyes in another dire: ,
mlsunder. Our meeting continued with Miss tlon the last few days. Here's aclue
for having so many Precinct No. 7 J. H. McCranie. .
Finger. reading to the entire class : He's in the 11th grade and I
standings.An
orchid to Betty Watford and the play and stunt that we will plays a smooth game of football.

Vernon Burk for going together 'I have on our chapel program. Since Molly Bowden has a hand

than any other I Next was the big event, whenwe -..

I recent steady Chobee tolonger couple, received our report cards, giv. ..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..;..:.. .:..:.

-----V-- Ing us grades for the last e.week y y

DON'T MISS IT period and 1 our Iris semester Conrad, reporter.average. I K. E. STELLO :"


Friday night in the school audi V I W. B. Hargraves
r Corium the Music department U I GIRL SCOUTS Registered Real Estate Broker I

presenting their first recital. Of -. i <**t ->

course we know they're the best mu. The Girl Scouts met Tuesday

slclans in the land, because they night at the Methodist church an. i REAL ESTATE AND

have helped us out on all our programs nex. A short business session was INSURANCEOkeechobee SUPERVISOR REGISTRATION

heretofore, but this Is a special held and then the girls worked on I

treat, and you are all invitedto plans for a Valentine party. .. .++++ .'

attend Look on the front page The Scouts will meet next Tues. Fla.

of' this paper and you'll find the day at the Methodist church annex ,

entire program. at t T p.m. oH+H .

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will begin tomorrow with our task of publishing the special
School Edition of the OKEECHOBEE NEWS which will be pub
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Following is the Editorial Staff that will be in charge of the
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ASSISTANT EDITOR "._"_'_'_",_".'''.__un JUNE CHESHIRE

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